Joey Urquhart grew up fishing the Richmond River system, progressed to tournament angling and then became an award winning hand-crafted lure maker. He still lives near the river and fishes it frequently, so there are not too many more qualified to take us onto these waters in search of bass!
Spring bass fishing can be challenging but rewarding, with fishing moving back and forth between deeper and shallower environments. This means they can be taken on everything from blades and jigs through to soft plastics and jerkbaits. Tournament Gun Keeghan Painter spends todays episode going through five of his favourite spring bass fishing haunts, helping us to understand how each one fishes as the weather starts to warm.
The NSW Northern coastline is a superb destination for a great many prized fishing species, but few are so revered as the jewfish. Definitely one the country’s more challenging fish species on lures, it’s understandable that many keen jewfish anglers guard their knowledge closely. Today’s guest Josh Annand isn’t one of those though. He came onboard the ALF podcast to share what he’s learned about targeting jewfish on lures from the stones – and he didn’t hold back.
You won’t find busier or more pressured fishing waters in Australia than Sydney Harbour or the Lane Cove River. Today’s guest Luke Kay is a fierce and successful kayak tournament competitor who lives close to and regularly fishes these waterways. During this interview he delivers a masterclass on bream fishing this system that shouldn’t be missed by any keen angler.
Sure, Sydney Harbour is a busy and highly pressured fishery. But fortunately there remains plenty of quality kingfish for those who know how to find them and what it takes to hook them. Sydney Harbour guide of over 2o years Stuart Reid shares his tips with Shroom!
What could be better than listening to not just one, but two kayak tournament champs sharing tips and tricks for catching bream? That summarises today’s episode of the ALF podcast where Andrew Death questions Russell Babekuhl about his strategies for catching tons of quality bream from the Forster area – particularly through the July-September period.